A man from Mapperley was among seven jailed for their involvement in a tit-for-tat case of kidnap and violence. Sebastian Wojciechowski, 30, of Woodborough Road in Mapperley, was today jailed for a total of eight years for kidnap and causing grievous bodily harm. The offences began on the evening of Monday,
Mellish Ladies made the long trip to face Scunthorpe Ladies away after recording their first win of 2016 against the same opponents two weeks earlier. The game started badly for Mellish with Scunthorpe scoring straight from the kick off but missing the conversion to lead 5-0. Mellish Ladies regrouped and
Firefighters are urging residents in Gedling borough to be careful when placing magnifying objects near windows after a house fire was caused by sunlight reflecting off a make-up mirror. Nottinghamshire firefighters were recently called to a house fire in Weston recently that started after the sun’s rays hit a magnifying
The Mayor of Gedling, Councillor Meredith Lawrence this morning raised the Commonwealth flag in Gedling borough at a ceremony at the Civic Centre in Arnold. The borough joined thousands of people across the globe to raise the flag as part of more than 850 ceremonies celebrating Commonwealth Day 2016.
Local train enthusiast Tony Cave has adopted both stations in Carlton and Netherfield. In his monthly column he updates us about all the latest happenings on our local railway… Annual station usage figures 25,168 passengers used Carlton Station during May 2014 to April 2015, latest figures released this week have shown.
Local entrepreneur Michelle Sewell has been persuading ladies from Henpicked, the Nottingham-based online community for women over 40, to step away from their straighteners and embrace their natural, curly locks. Michelle, 44, of the Arboretum, asked a team of Henpicked testers to try out her ‘miracle’ Maya Confident Curling and
Volunteers are being invited to help halt the spread of an invasive plant taking hold of a section of Ouse Dyke, near Netherfield Lagoons. Gedling Conservation Trust are organising a ‘balsam bashing’ session on Saturday, March 19 in a bid to rid the area of Himalayan balsam. The pink-flowered non-native